Classic combo - salty and sweet - works for breakfast, lunch and dinner.Read More
Grilled Mackerel - way to my Spanish-breed husband's heart, spirit and soul. No recipe - just build a hot charcoal fire, line grill with lemon slices to prevent sticking and season fish (gutted and cleaned) with salt and pepper. Fish should be ready in a bout the time it takes to drink half a glass of wine. Drizzle with olive oil before serving. Chopped ripe tomato salad and strong vinaigrette makes a fine accompaniment.
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When Frances was describing this to me I was like "What????". But I have fallen in love with the easiest and by far lightest in calories, potato salad I've tried. This is the grown up version of Pringles Dill Pickle Chips and I'm pretty happy about that.Read More
Summer est arrivée.Read More
Just back from a lovely weekend in Putney, VT where vegan and gluten free food options feel more mainstream than not. Thought we would give the latter category (GF) a go. Feels more like a portable pot of porridge than a traditional muffin but pretty delicious. Packs a nice morning high protein punch. Good for combating July 4th excesses!Read More
These dumplings are the food of Nepal. A plate of these - coupled with a friendly smile and a cup steaming Yak tea epitomizes gastronomic salvation - solace and nourishment. Dear people of Nepal - your troubles seem to be all but forgotten with the fall of Greece and rise of domestic terrorism. How to offer you the comfort and escape you so kindly dished up for me?
Recipe is courtesy of a dear friend who inherited it from her adopted Danish grandmother. Love a hand me down! We are deep into sour cherry jam - even if it fails to set properly. Someday we will nail it! Use whatever confiture you like best.Read More